satisfy all the senses Sight Final goal Monday morning at 2.45am is the final match of this year's European Championship. You'd be lucky if you don't have school or work tomorrow. But if you have to get up tomorrow, we suggest that you go to bed early tonight and get up to watch the game. When it finishes you can join the old ladies in the park to practise Tai Chi, or go for an early swim and dim sum breakfast. Sound Pong Let's give a warm welcome to local songwriter and regular Fringe Club piano performer Pong Nan. He has finally released his self-titled debut solo album after having been a composer and lyricist for many A-list singers, such as Andy Lau Tak-wah and Jacky Cheung Hok-yau. He has also done soundtracks for the film 20 30 40 and theatre show Happy Prince. Taste Deep-fried tofu Smelly tofu is Hong Kong's answer to cheese. Usually available from hawkers, smelly tofu is an authentic Hong Kong street snack which has decades of history. The deep-fried bean curd, which gives a nasty odour, is incredibly tasty. It is believed that the smellier it is, the better. Take a trip to Mongkok and give smelly tofu some support. Touch DIY acupuncture Recent exams might have been giving you headache. But instead of taking panadol, you can try solving the problem by simply squeezing the muscular webbing between the thumb and index finger when you have a headache, and slowly the pain will go away. It works like magic. Smell Spit it out To play like Italian star player Francesco Totti, you better master the skill of spitting first. Totti, aka 'the Prince of Roma', has been suspended from the Euro after spitting at a Danish player during a match. Some thoughtful fans created an online game called Sputta con Totti (Spit with Totti), in which you shoot all the players in red by spitting. It's quite difficult, but great fun. Play the game at: www.giava.com/sputott/ 6th Sense Pet therapy Do you know that essential oils can be applied to your pets? At this seminar called Aromatics For Pets - A Holistic Guide to Pet Care, you will learn how to use essential oils to keep your pets in good condition. The seminar takes place on Wednesday at 7pm at Asia-Pacific Aromatherapy (15/F, Lucky Building, 39 Wellington Street, Central). For further details call 2882 2444.